The 39 Best Apps for Real Estate Agents (Including 2 to Watch) in 2024

With so many real estate apps on the market today, figuring out which ones deserve space on your phone or iPad isn’t easy. That’s why we put together this list of the most innovative real estate apps that are helping Realtors stay organized, market their brands, and close more deals in 2024 and beyond.

We’ve revised our picks and gave an update on two promising new apps making waves on the conference circuit. We organized our selections by category, so be sure to use the table of contents on the left (or top of the page on mobile) to find your new favorite app.

📌   Pro Tip

Don’t just download every app on this list! Start with three or four and see what works best for your business.

Best Real Estate Apps for Lead Generation

1. StreetText

StreetText platform and leads.
Example of StreetText ad platform (Source: StreetText)


  • Pricing:

    $160-$250 per month

If you want to generate leads from Facebook ads without the steep learning curve, StreetText is for you. StreetText simplifies the complicated process of creating and optimizing Facebook ads and business pages. You get verified phone numbers, emails, and social media profiles and can integrate the tool with existing CRMs and email platforms. Even better, they tailor the results for real estate agents. 

Unlike other Facebook ad platforms, StreetText seems to understand just how critical speed to lead is for agents. It’s not cheap, but for the time and stress you save, we think it’s a bargain for those who count Facebook as a major part of their marketing strategies.

Related Article
How to Create Real Estate Facebook Ads That Actually Generate Leads


2. Zillow Premier Agent

zillow premier agent CRM displayed on cell phone
Example of the Zillow Premier Agent app interface (Source: Zillow)


  • Pricing:

    Free with Zillow Premier Agent membership

The Zillow Premier Agent app is a must-have if you have listings on Zillow—or ever want listings on Zillow. It has task management, lead sorting, and even lead assignment and other features for teams.

The app also offers a surprisingly robust free customer relationship manager (CRM) that lets you import leads from BoomTown or realtor.com through Gmail. You can set up tasks, reminders, texts, and emails. But also—if you sign up for their My Agent program, which makes you the only buyer’s agent your leads see on Zillow—it gives you a granular look at what your leads are searching for on Zillow.

Visit Zillow


Best Real Estate Apps for Open Houses

3. Curb Hero

curb hero sign in kiosk graphic
Sample Curb Hero landing page (Source: Curb Hero)


  • Pricing:

    Free

Over the past few years, Curb Hero has become the go-to app for agents who regularly run open houses. It’s 100% free, customizable, and even offers a QR code sign-in feature. Curb Hero also offers custom branding for bigger brokerages, text and email follow-up tools, lead verification, single-property websites, and CRM integrations.

Visit Curb Hero


4. Spacio

Spacio displayed on a tablet
Spacio interface example (Source: Spacio)


  • Pricing:

    Starting at $25 per month

If you want more bells and whistles for teams in your open house sign-in app, Spacio is a solid choice. It offers team-wide reporting, agent management, gated access to leads, auto-populated listings, and default form questions for agents. Since being acquired by HomeSpotter, the company has added some open house marketing and digital advertising product tools as well.

Visit Spacio


5. Kagent

Kagent logo


  • Pricing:

    Free-$25 per month

Kagent is a free tool that allows you to generate a digital sign-in sheet for your open house. Visitors scan the QR code and fill out the form, and the app emails them their responses. Kagent is free for unlimited use and has integrations via Zapier, which you can use to connect your account to over 3,000 other apps and CRM systems. Open houses are a great place to start for readers looking for ways to digitize their business. Nobody wants to use a pen and paper anymore! In that sense, Kagent can be one of the most useful real estate apps for agents. 

The bonus of a paid plan is that Kagent will not share your visitor’s open house information with third parties. Another cool feature that sets Kagent apart is that you can enter your visitors into a free prize drawing for $500.

Visit Kagent

6. Open Home Pro

mockup of Open Home Pro displayed on a tablet
Open Home Pro interface (Source: Open Home Pro)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$25 per month

Now owned by Placester, Open Home Pro is another excellent option for bringing your open house into the 21st century. Like Curb Hero and Spacio, Open Home Pro can send automated follow-up emails to open house guests and features one-touch social sharing.

Visit Open Home Pro

Related Article
11 Open House Apps Tech-savvy Agents Are Using to Get More Leads


Best Apps for Real Estate Marketing

7. Freshchat

Example Freshchat Conversation.
Example Freshchat conversation (Source: Freshchat)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$69 per month

Let’s face it: In 2024, leads are a little spoiled. They expect (and very often get) nearly instant responses to their online inquiries. That’s why chatbots like Freshchat are so crucial for your website. You can give prospects an instant response, answering their questions with a programmed bot. Or better yet, respond personally to their query on your phone just like you would a text message.

Visit Freshchat


8. Pivo Real Estate

Pivo Real Estate logo.


  • Pricing:

    $400 one-time purchase

Pivo is a game-changing tool for agents. It’s an advanced, high-quality motion-tracking camera and a world-class photo editing app in one. Its standout feature is the AI-powered tracking that revolutionizes how you showcase homes. You can now create captivating videos for open houses, new listings, and your 3D home tours from within the app. 

For a one-time purchase of $400, you have unlimited access to create as many videos as you like and store them in the app. Compared to traditional 3D home tour methods like Matterport (which can range from $350 to $600 per listing), Pivo can pay for itself with just one listing. This could be a no-brainer investment if you’re strong on video for your brand.

Visit Pivo Real Estate

9. Buffer

Buffer app ad.
Buffer app ad (Source: Buffer)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$6 per month

Even though competition in the real estate software industry is fierce, it’s nothing compared to social media management platforms. Take the investment and user base for your average real estate software and triple it. That translates to the thoughtful features of Buffer, such as advice on when and how to post content, automated engagement reports, and collaboration tools.

Visit Buffer


10. LabCoat Agents Marketing Center

Sample templates from LCA Marketing.
Sample templates from LCA Marketing (Source: LCA Marketing)


  • Pricing:

    $59 per month for individual agents; $249 per month for teams up to 10

Feel inspired to create an Instagram story in line at Starbucks? With an app like the LabCoat Agents Marketing Center, you can capitalize on that burst of creativity without pulling out your laptop.

The first comprehensive marketing platform designed just for real estate agents, LabCoat Agents (LCA) Marketing Center lets real estate pros quickly create gorgeous social media posts on the fly. It also offers a one-stop shop to create or edit tons of other marketing templates for business cards, flyers, door hangers, and more.

Visit LCA Marketing Center

Related Article
LabCoat Agents Marketing Center Review: Pricing, Features & More


11. BombBomb

Man on phone screen, ready to record a video. There's a loop that shows the Gmail, Outlook and Salesforce icons.
BombBomb interface and top integrations (Source: BombBomb)


  • Pricing:

    Starting at $39 per month

BombBomb is an app that allows you to incorporate video messaging into your client communication through various channels. Reach out to your clients individually or automate a campaign of videos to email to all your contacts. It’s a great way to stand out from your competitors, build better relationships with your clients, and help build loyalty (it’s all about those referrals!).

BombBomb’s mobile app is top-notch, with iOS and Google Play reviews at 4.8 and 4.7 stars, respectively. If you’re looking for a way to connect with your audience via video, BombBomb is a great way to integrate video into your workflow seamlessly.

Visit BombBomb


12. Zillow 3D Home

Zillow 3D Home benefits from the App Store (Source: Zillow 3D Home Tour)


  • Pricing:

    Free

These days, buyers have come to expect a 3D tour. With this app, it’s free and easy. Zillow 3D Home lets you upload a 3D home tour without professional equipment—you only need your phone. It’s pretty cool that you can build your 3D home tour without an expensive Matterport camera. 

Even better, your tour will automatically be posted to your listing on Zillow, Trulia, and Redfin. You can also share it on social media and your MLS.

Visit Zillow 3D Home Tour


13. Canva

Canva header image
Canva app (Source: Canva for iOS)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$9.99 per month

When I worked in advertising, our publisher complained about spending over $1,000 on Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. That cost isn’t easy to swallow for any business owner. Luckily today, apps like Canva offer basic Photoshop-like functionality for free.

You can use Canva to design nearly anything—social media posts, videos, door hangers, flyers, business cards, and a lot more. It’s free and quick to use. Try it out to level up your design game.

Visit Canva


14. Houzz

Houzz app displayed on cell phones
Houzz app interface and examples (Source: IdeasUsher)


  • Pricing:

    Free

Download the free Houzz app if you have design-focused clients and want to be a rock star at your next showing or open house. Along with contractor recommendations and shopping, Houzz has an augmented reality feature that lets you preview what a room might look like furnished—right from your phone during a showing. Perfect for demonstrating the potential of under-construction or dated homes.

Visit Houzz


15. Animoto

Animoto


  • Pricing:

    Free-$39 per month

Animoto is an all-in-one video maker that makes creating and editing videos on the fly much easier. You can shoot a video, add titles, transitions, images, and music, and share your creation on social media. The free version offers music tracks and custom colors, though you’ll have to sign up for a paid plan if you want high-definition videos (1080p) or want to ditch the Animoto branding.

Visit Animoto


16. magicplan

magicplan app displayed on several devices
magicplan layout examples and interface (Source: magicplan)


  • Pricing:

    Free for up to two projects; $10 (per user, per month) for unlimited projects

In a perfect world, we would all get detailed floor plans, well-shot images, and a neat and orderly list of recent renovations for every listing. Of course, none of us live in a perfect world, so we all have to make do when buyers ask about simple things like floor plans or wonder how much new countertops might cost.

Thankfully, magicplan supplies you with quick answers that will likely sate buyers’ curiosity until you can bring in a contractor to get the work done. You can generate on-demand floor plans by scanning a room with your mobile device and then uploading that floor plan to create cost estimates, 3D tours, and more.

Visit magicplan

Related Article
9 Real Estate Marketing Tools Every Agent Needs in 2024


Best Real Estate CRM Apps

17. Top Producer



  • Pricing:

    $429

Top Producer Follow-up coach snapshot.

Top Producer is a real estate CRM that includes a lead generation platform with automated nurturing. As part of its latest lead-generating package, Social Connect, the company’s advertising experts create Facebook and Instagram ads to promote your listings and brand to generate leads. Those leads are then sent directly to your Top Producer CRM, where the automated nurturing system kicks in, increasing your conversion rate

Check out Top Producer Social Connect


18. LionDesk

LionDesk on multiple devices, including laptop, desktop, tablet and smartphone interfaces.
Example of LionDesk on multiple platforms (Source: LionDesk)


  • Pricing:

    $25 per month (Try it out for 14 days free)

If you ask the average agent what they want from a CRM in 2024, you’ll probably get two answers: affordability and lead generation. Well, apparently, LionDesk is listening.

LionDesk CRM is affordable for almost any agent at $25 per month and includes built-in Facebook marketing. Take LionDesk for a 14-day test drive—no strings attached.

Visit LionDesk

Related Article
LionDesk CRM Review: Pricing, Features, Pros & Cons


19. CINC

CINC app displayed on cell phone
Example of the CINC platform (Source: CINC)


  • Pricing:

    Custom

CINC operates almost like an inside sales agent. It monitors your incoming leads and acts as your personal concierge—getting prospects on the phone, qualifying them, and connecting them straight to you.

Automatic lead nurturing without the back and forth to get an appointment? It’ll save you a ton of time and increase your conversion rate.

Visit CINC


20. Sierra Interactive

sierra interactive app displayed on cell phone
Example of Sierra Interactive mobile app (Source: Sierra Interactive Mobile Store)


  • Pricing:

    Starting at $500 per month for five users

Sierra’s app allows you to run your entire real estate business from anywhere—even sitting on the beach. Unlike some CRMs, this isn’t some stripped-down version of desktop software. You can nurture leads, send bulk emails, manage showings, list properties, and track your team’s performance quickly and easily from your iPad. 

Sierra’s app works seamlessly with its RealTrends award-winning IDX websites, but you can get the CRM if you already have your web presence set.

Visit Sierra Interactive

Related Article
The 10 Best Real Estate CRMs of 2024


Best General Purpose Real Estate Apps

21. DealCheck

Dealcheck app displayed on a cell phone and monitor
DealCheck interface on multiple platforms (Source: LinkedIn)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$20 per month

With everyone and their grandmother hyping up real estate investing over the last few years, chances are you have at least one buyer who wants to talk cap rates instead of how green the lawn is. If you don’t know a ton about investing, they might even know more than you do. That makes it harder to come across as the real estate expert you are.

DealCheck makes it easy—even if you don’t know your BRRRR from your ARV. The app pulls in data from a various sources so you can quickly rattle off estimated cash flow, cap rates, rent estimates, rehab budgets, and more. Even better, if you’re thinking about working with investors, the app will give you a crash course in analyzing investment properties.

Visit DealCheck


22. Farlex Real Estate Dictionary

Farlex sample definitions (Source: Google Play Store)


  • Pricing:

    Free

A user-friendly and comprehensive guide to all sorts of real estate terms, this app is a must-have for every agent. Backed by McGraw-Hill, you can consider this a guide to those words you may have forgotten from your licensing test, like “capture rate” and “net operating income.” This app is completely free and available on both iPhone and Android devices.

Check Out Farlex in the Google Play Store


23. Showami

Showami logo.


  • Pricing:

    Free-$50 per year for individual agents

Showami is a simple solution to a modern-day problem. You’ve got two active buyer clients who want to see a home on Saturday afternoon. Instead of frantically searching for a qualified agent to help you with a showing, you can just input your request into Showami. You’ll be connected with a verified local agent to assist with your showing. You have complete control over pricing and can ensure a reputable agent takes care of your clients. 

The app is highly rated, simple to use, and free to sign up. It’s better to make a profile and not need it than scramble to find someone in just a couple of hours. Plus, you can sign up to be a “Showing Assistant” to make some extra pocket money by showing homes for other agents in the area.

Visit Showami

24. MLS Touch

MLS Touch interface.
MLS Touch interface (Source: Corelogic)

Unlike a specific MLS app with a 2.3 rating on Apple’s App Store, MLS Touch has quietly taken over as the number one choice for boards across the country. One scroll through the app, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a joy to use. MLS Touch is more than just a pretty face, though. It has features Realtors have been clamoring for years, like neighborhood search, school search, comps, hot sheets, flood zone maps, and even a tool that lets you publish listings on Facebook. 

Sadly, MLS Touch is only sold to associations. So, if yours still uses that other app, you’re out of luck. We’re just happy that real estate technology seems to be finally coming out of the dark ages. Here’s hoping we get more cool apps like MLS Touch in 2024.

Visit MLS Touch


25. Connecteam

Connecteam logo


  • Pricing:

    Free-$99 per month

Connecteam is a cool product that will help you manage your time and operations for your business. The small business plan is free and has an operations and communications hub for up to 10 users. There are great features like a time clock, forms, quick tasks, a group chat, a directory, events, and even HR features like recognitions, time off, and celebrations. 

If you’ve got a team or even just an assistant, this could be a great option to get your business organized and operationally efficient.

Visit Connecteam


26. Bubble Level App (aka Spirit Level)

screenshot of bubble level app
Bubble Level interface (Source: Google Play Store)


  • Pricing:

    Free

Here’s one for agents constantly showing pre-war listings that need a little TLC. Is that door frame level, or is it the floor that’s wonky? Instead of guessing or raiding the contractor’s toolbox, just pull out your phone and get a quick reading. 

The Bubble Level app will serve you well if you’re on Android. If you’re on iOS, you have a bubble level built in. The only problem is that it’s kind of hidden. Here’s a quick rundown of how to find it.

Visit Bubble Level App


27. Karl’s Mortgage Calculator

Karl’s Mortgage Calculator interface.
Karl’s Mortgage Calculator interface (Source: Google Play)


  • Pricing:

    Free

There are a lot of mortgage calculators out there, but this is by far the best of the ones we’ve tried. It’s quick, effortless to use, and has very minimal advertising. Now, it doesn’t have a fancy user interface. However, this does all the hard work for you on the fly. You can add in costs like PMI, HOA fees, taxes, and insurance. It also supports fixed and adjustable-rate mortgages.

The best part is that it’s 100% free on iOS and Android devices. You can pay a few bucks to remove the ads, but they don’t impact the experience.

Try Karl’s Mortgage Calculator Yourself

📌   Pro Tip

Organize your apps in a real estate-specific folder for quick and easy access.

28. BrokerAssist

screenshot of BrokerAssist website
BrokerAssist advertisement (Source: Google Play)


  • Pricing:

    30

BrokerAssist is a one-stop shop for referrals and quick gigs requiring a licensed real estate professional. Need to run keys to a listing? Open up a listing for a contractor? Refer an out-of-town client? BrokerAssist is a great way to hire out—or get hired for—real estate work within your brokerage or other brokerages in your association.

Visit BrokerAssist


29. Forewarn

forewarn app logo


  • Pricing:

    $20 per month (enterprise pricing available)

In slow markets, speed to lead goes from a best practice to a necessity. If you aren’t willing to show on a buyer’s or renter’s schedule, there are 10 other agents who will be more than happy to jump at the opportunity. The problem is safety. Meeting a stranger alone in an empty property—no matter the time of day or neighborhood—can be risky. 

Forewarn offers agents an easy way to screen leads so they can accept more showings. Using just an incoming phone number, Forewarn can instantly pull up the lead’s real name, criminal history, current property and vehicle ownership, and even bankruptcy history.

Visit Forewarn

📌   Pro Tip

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Best Productivity Apps

30. monday.com

monday.com board view screenhot
monday.com dashboard interface (Source: monday.com)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$19 per month

If you want a free project management app or an endlessly tweakable lightweight CRM, monday.com is a no-brainer. Its secret sauce? Flexibility. If you’re into customizing your workflows, you can find a way to make monday.com do pretty much anything—maybe even replace your CRM. It comes ready with standard CRM features like contact management, in-app calling, automated reminders, and more.

Visit monday.com


31. ChatGPT Mobile App

ChatGPT App Store interface (Source: ChatGPT App Store)


  • Pricing:

    Free or $20 per month for GPT-4

ChatGPT has surpassed 100 million users, and for good reason. While you might not consider this a real estate agent app, it’s worth looking at if you haven’t used this generative artificial intelligence tool yet. Beyond creating recipes and poems, you can use it to level up your business. Ask ChatGPT questions like “Help me brainstorm ways to generate leads.” 

You can also use ChatGPT to help you with all sorts of written tasks. Think: helping with emails, listing descriptions, brainstorming blog posts, and even generating scripts to role play and practice for an important listing appointment. The best part is that it’s 100% free. You can subscribe to Plus for access to GPT-4, but the free version is still extremely useful.

Visit ChatGPT


32. Notion

Notion workspace organization interface.
Notion workspace organization interface (Source: Notion)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$18 per month

Notion is a connected workspace solution to stay organized with your various clients, tasks, lists, meetings, and even your knowledge base. It can be your central hub for your workspace to keep your work streamlined and as easy as possible. Use Notion to organize your business instead of keeping things in separate apps. 

Plus, Notion artificial intelligence (AI) can help you stay on top of your work by helping you write better, find your info from a meeting or calendar, and even autofill tables and lists to simplify your work.

Visit Notion

33. CamScanner

camscanner graphic of features and phone
CamScanner app interface (Source: BBC)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$4.99 per month

The smartphone era has brought us some amazing things. We not only have access to the entirety of human knowledge in our back pocket but a still camera, video camera, and motion sensor. But sometimes, you need a tool to optimize these advancements for your business. 

With CamScanner, scan documents on the go and use their optical character recognition technology to convert the text on your scans into a machine-readable form. That way, the data you capture is easier to process, edit, and search.

Visit CamScanner


34. RPR Mobile

RPR mobile property search displayed on a cell phone
RPR in-app geographic map interface (Source: RPR Mobile)


  • Pricing:

    Free for NAR members

A wholly owned subsidiary of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Realtors Property Resource’s app helps Realtors parse and access property data for showings, comparative market analyses, research, and more.

RPR Mobile remains one of the best ways to keep your clients informed on the go. Out to lunch with a buyer and want to pull up a list of new three-bedroom listings in a particular ZIP code? RPR lets you draw custom polygon search areas to target even the smallest micro-neighborhood.

Visit RPR Mobile


35. Dotloop

dotloop displayed on a cell phone
Dotloop in-app transaction interface (Source: Dotloop Mobile)


  • Pricing:

    $31.99 per month

Over the past few years, the transaction management platform Dotloop has slowly become the dominant player in the industry. Since competition in the enterprise space is fierce, Dotloop smartly released a free version for individual agents. But you’ll only be able to create 10 free real estate transactions before upgrading, so it’s more of a free trial for those invested in it for the long haul.

Visit Dotloop


36. Dropbox

Drop box app displayed on 3 cell phones
Dropbox in-app interface (Source: Dropbox)


  • Pricing:

    Free-$24 per user, per month

Dropbox is a super simple app that lets you store files on the go. It’s so common among agents nowadays that most have it on their phones. The free version limits you to only 2GB storage and access on three devices. Still, paid plans offer advanced security features, offline file access, and the ability to request signatures, for example.

Visit Dropbox


37. Agently

agently logo

Agently saves you valuable time by helping you automate your social media with AI. Plus, you can track your activities and productivity directly in the app, shared with your broker. It’s a great way to stay on track.

Visit Agently


Apps to Watch

38. REAL Messenger (Update)

frederick Ecklund holding up a call phone with the REAL Messenger app on it
Fredrik Eklund advertising REAL (Source: Forbes)

In our last update to this article, we couldn’t help but include REAL Messenger on our list. This real estate agent app seemed tailor-made for success: an exclusive club where buyers, sellers, and agents can network around high-end pocket listings. They even had celebrity real estate agent Fredrik Eklund running the show. So, how has it fared since our last update?

As of September 2023, REAL has reached over 350,000 downloads with access to more than 90% of listings in the United States. It seems to have hit its stride in its mission to “connect and empower the real estate community through technology.” In fact, REAL made waves in 2023 by announcing it was listed on NASDAQ with a valuation of $150 million. We’re excited to see the journey continue.

Visit REAL Messenger


39. 1060 App

screenshot of 1050 app website
1060 app example (Source: 1060)


  • Pricing:

    TBD

The 1060 App is another new social-media-meets-real-estate app to watch. Endorsed by real estate luminaries like Jason Oppenheim, Tomer Fridman, and the Sean McPeak team at SERHANT, 1060 takes the high-end pocket listing idea one step further than REAL Messenger. Like TikTok, the videos on the platform are short—under 60 seconds. Just enough to offer a sneak peek of a hot new property. 

It sounds like a TikTok clone for real estate, right? Not so fast. The app has one killer feature that TikTok lacks: property search. Buyers on the app can search for homes based on criteria like price, number of bedrooms, neighborhood, or even keywords. Pretty cool, right?

Visit 1060 App


What Are Real Estate Apps?

Real estate apps are programs designed for phones and tablets that help real estate professionals and their clients generate leads, market homes, and buy and sell properties. While most real estate apps are mobile versions of websites designed for desktop computers, some, like Curb Hero, were designed specifically as apps for mobile devices.

Methodology: How We Chose the Best Real Estate Apps 

Even though our team has over 50 years of combined real estate experience, choosing the best apps wasn’t easy. To ensure we were using objective measures instead of just our opinions, we asked these questions to choose our picks for the best real estate apps for our readers:

  • Utility: Seek out apps that address practical challenges you’re already facing. You want to improve and streamline your workflows, not make your work harder. 
  • Pricing: Opt for apps that offer you value. While affordability is key, you should also consider the potential return on investment (ROI). If an app or feature upgrade is pricey but will boost your efficiency (or your leads), it might be worth the investment. 
  • Ease of use: Focus on choosing apps with user-friendly interfaces. We’ve done our best to find apps that have an intuitive design. Again, focus on your real estate tasks rather than learning a complex new app. 
  • Network effect: Prioritize apps widely used and recommended by the real estate community. After all, a larger user base usually means better support and a more stable app experience. 
  • Stability: Ensure the apps you rely on are stable and function smoothly. They should have minimal bugs, crashes, or technical issues. We’re looking to enhance your business—not disrupt it.

Our team regularly reviews and edits our articles to ensure we provide our readers with the most up-to-date information. We pride ourselves on an independent, editorial view. We do not accept money, services, or products in exchange for positive reviews or placement. Check out our complete methodology here.


Over to You

What real estate apps do you use daily to stay effective and close more deals? Let us know in the comment section.

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2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, Aerial

This 9,625 SF San Francisco home in Pacific Heights is represented by Max Armour of Compass.

2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco
6 BED | 6 BATH | 2 HBA | Offered at $35,000,000

2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco - Stairwell
Photographer: Brad Knipstein

Built in 1910, 2830 Pacific Avenue has been fully restored and modernized to capture the original integrity of the home’s Georgian Colonial architecture while ushering it into the 21st-century. The current owners honored the home’s past while creating their version of a private family oasis in the heart of San Francisco’s captivating Pacific Heights.

2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco - Kitchen
Photographer: Brad Knipstein

An elegant and peaceful refuge nestled within a vibrant city, the renowned Pacific Heights district runs alongside infamous hills that rise from the Marina and run along an east-west ridge between the Presidio and Van Ness Avenue and encompass the most iconic views of the Bay. This sophisticated enclave is home to some of the city’s stunning architecture styles, record breaking homes along Billionaire’s Row, world-renowned Michelin Star restaurants, and borders the serene natural beauty of Presidio National Park. 

2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco - Front Door
Photographer: Brad Knipstein

Sparing no expense, this elegant 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom, and 2 half-bathroom residence was restored using only the highest quality craftsmanship and millwork. From the marble front steps past the columned entry to the grand staircase, to the soaring ceilings, oversized windows, and elongated sight lines, the home’s unparalleled scale and elegant symmetry capture the essence of a well lived life.

2830 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco - View Deck
Photographer: Brad Knipstein

Abundant natural light, garden outlooks, and unobstructed views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge give 2830 Pacific Avenue a sense of calmness and offers a tranquil, private reprieve from the dynamic city just outside your front door. 

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Watch the video tour here.
Learn more at www.2830pacificavenue.com


About Max Armour

In Max’s two decades of experience, he’s built a reputation as an agent who delivers value in every transaction by giving each client everything he has. His professionalism, work ethic, and drive have led to him being consistently ranked in the top 1% of San Francisco real estate agents for over a decade. Instilled with youthful energy and unrelenting dedication, he’s a sought-after agent and expert at garnering exposure in San Francisco’s highly-competitive market, with over $1.5 billion in sales for clients in his career.

Max blends an innovative approach—constantly evolving and utilizing the latest trends in real estate—with a focus on truly understanding each client’s unique priorities. Whether you’re buying or selling, he understands that in a time of transition, you need someone who will exercise discretion, while turning over every stone to ensure your success.

As a Russian Hill native and Northside expert, Max has unparalleled understanding of the city’s niched neighborhoods and nuanced microclimates. He enlists his extensive network of relationships and deep knowledge of every neighborhood, street, and house in the area to stay ahead of the game and deliver value for his clients.

Listed by Max Armour
415.290.6058
max.armour@compass.com
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Set upon almost an acre of park-like land in the Pacific Palisades, this newly-constructed estate evokes grand, traditional charm, coupled with contemporary flair, and an unmatched indoor-outdoor California living experience.

Grand stone walk up to Palisades mansion.

Envisioned by the city’s premier luxury development group, Palisades Development Company, this masterpiece offers elevated design sensibility and high-end amenities in an unparalleled ocean view setting. A long private driveway leads to your deluxe motor court and elevated glass front door, welcoming you to the ultimate entertainment compound.

Backyard with pool, horizon view of ocean, and offshore island.

Open, sun drenched living spaces, ground-to-ceiling doors, french oak floors, and imported designer finishes encompass a purposeful layout with 11-foot ceilings throughout.

Living room with pine floors, biege sofas, fireplace and modern art.

A state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen with an attached butlers pantry, a designer office, temperature-controlled wine cellar, cabana, and wellness studio equipped with an infrared sauna and steam shower, sums up the main level and allows a seamless flow to the outside oasis from any room.

Casual dining area and kitchen

Upstairs, an elegant primary suite showcases vaulted ceilings, a balcony, fireplace, two expansive closets, spa baths, and panoramic ocean views.

Bathroom with white tub, windows and doorway leading out to patio.

In total, 7 bedrooms, 12 baths, and all of today’s necessities such as an elevator, two sets of laundry units, a four-car garage, an impressive lower level with an oversize theater, gym, and extra guest quarters complete this masterfully crafted home. Enjoy multi-leveled deck space, a heated pool, a sprawling hillside, containing a variety of trees, producing seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs, al fresco dining, and a lounge area with an outdoor fireplace as the sun sets.

Pool and backyard at twilight.

Truly a one-of-a-kind property in a highly desired location close to hiking, shopping, beach living, and all the Palisades community has to offer. 15975 Alcima Avenue, Pacific Palisades is listed at $25,995,000 by Aaron Kirman.

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The crown jewel of San Francisco’s skyline, 999 Green Street’s spectacular penthouse apartments afford panoramic views from The Summit’s glass-encased tower.

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Designed by famed developer, Joseph Eichler, and owned by San Francisco’s most beloved couple George Shultz and Charlotte Maillard Shultz, both North and South-facing penthouses evoke a statement-making sense of grandeur with floor-to-ceiling glass and grand staircases that link two lavish levels.

View of SF skyline and bridge from balcony of 999 Green St penthouse

Sold together or separately, these one-of-a-kind penthouses have come to the market just twice since inception in 1973.

Patio with furnishings of 999 Green St penthouse with view of SF skyline

Set within a full-service, luxury skyrise with 24-hour doorman, and located in prime Russian Hill near hip cafes and eateries, penthouse living includes deeded parking and extra storage.

999 Green st penthouse bedroom with full plate glass walls and view of SF skyline

Thoughtfully designed with shared common areas, including two connecting hallways and on-floor storage, both North and South towers have the capacity to operate independently or together as one.

999 Green St open living area with plate glass walls and view of SF skyline at sunset

999 Green Street, Unit 3201 and 999 Green Street, Unit 3202 in San Francisco are represented by Compass agents Max Armour and Karen Mendelsohn Gould.

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Before there was a Sea Cliff neighborhood, there was One 25th. Featured in Wall Street Journal, this proud and welcoming Italianate-Victorian home stood alone on the bluffs of the area’s now-famous cliffs offering respite and privacy for the San Francisco family that built it. Grand scale and updated amenities in the home’s many inviting spaces bring modern livability even as the irrepressible charm of countless original Old World details calls to the past. Spectacular Golden Gate Bridge views light up many of the home’s rooms making this a truly one-of-a-kind property with stature and prominence rarely seen on the market.    

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The main level’s tall ceilings and ultra-wide towering doors, custom-built fireplaces with massive surrounds, and dark-wood parquet floors and trim bring an inviting elegance that makes any room the perfect place to relax with family or guests. The scale and volume of these spaces is something you don’t often find today and is evident the minute you step from the dramatic foyer into the living room, where large picture windows boasting jaw-dropping Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headland, and ocean views command your attention.

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Any family will find numerous cozy spaces and alcoves to appreciate together and enjoy the modern-day amenities, such as an integrated sound system, keyless entry and video security system for peace of mind, and luxuriously updated kitchen and baths for everyday living.

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Brian Kitts

This level also enjoys a well-maintained, sunlit south-facing courtyard that the U-shaped home embraces, with many rooms offering overlooks or outlets to the private, lush area. On the other side of the property, a generous terrace and deck beckon with more dramatic views, gentle ocean sounds, and a wooden stairway leading to a ground-level deck and secure access to venerable Baker Beach.

Fainting couch in front of window with Pacific ocean view
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Upstairs, a tasteful primary suite and a thoughtful dressing room/office, with more turn-of-the-century details and hand-crafted moldings, boast epic Golden Gate Bridge views from every window. A walk-in closet and two more primary baths with dramatic ocean views make the suite even more inviting. Three more bedrooms, all with updated en suite baths, two with Juliet balconies, and one with a sunny terrace overlooking the courtyard, complete the level.

Patio with lounge chair view of Golden Gate Bridge, Pacific ocean and beach front
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A pent-level offers a generous activity room perfect for family night, another guest suite, and two sunny walkout terraces that provide a great place to take in the crisp ocean air and enjoy dramatic unobstructed Golden Gate Bridge views.  

Italian house sea cliff exterior view in yard of palms lit up
Brian Kitts

The 8,495-square-foot residence sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and offers an impossible-to-find presence and legacy in the heart of the enviable Sea Cliff neighborhood. The esteemed family that built this house in 1908 was inspired to do so after the 1906 earthquake and fire, finding the bluffs of Sea Cliff the perfect place to regroup and continue to write their prominent San Francisco legacy. The family’s daughter, Phoebe Hearst Brown, was only 4 years old when the home was built and remembers “nothing else there but sand dunes, lupine, and rabbits.”

One 25th Avenue, San Francisco is listed at $39,000,000 by Compass agent Neal Ward.

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Designed by leading Atherton architect of Pacific Peninsula Group, this one-of-a-kind estate is Menlo Park’s most expensive listing to date.

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Todd Clancy

Listed at $26,499,000 by Compass Menlo Park agent Judy Citron, 1340 Arbor Road is a three-story masterpiece reimagined by renowned Pacific Peninsula Architecture. A second parcel located at the front entrance, priced separately, offers the opportunity to develop an additional home or create a family compound. When combined, the 2+ acre property would amount to Menlo Park’s largest residential lot.

Arbor Rd Menlo Park house entrance
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A fully circular driveway sets the stage for chic sophistication throughout the property, including light and bright interiors complemented by matte-finished white oak floors. Architectural details include exceptional millwork, detailed ceilings, and layers of crown and wall moldings.

White kitchen with black chairs at island bar
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The open kitchen/family room is a triumph of design ready for everyday living, brightened by four skylights in the towering ceiling and French doors opening to the grounds on three sides. The kitchen features Calacatta Lincoln marble counters, including an island with seating, plus a suite of Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero appliances. A large casual dining area with built-in desk center is set to one side while a fully customized mud room on the opposite side offers exceptional functionality and secondary access to the lower level. 

White bedroom interior
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The layout features five en-suite bedrooms including one downstairs. The primary suite is located upstairs – an exceptional retreat with sitting room, couture closet, and spa-inspired bath. Three additional bedroom suites are just down the hall. 

Arbor Rd Menlo Park outdoor living area in yard
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The unfinished lower level, with towering ceilings and numerous windows, offers more than 2,400 square feet which may be used for recreation, a theater, and fitness – or whatever your lifestyle choices may be.Additional amenities include multi-zoned air conditioning, Nest thermostats, a distributed sound system, and programmable lighting. Outside, the level grounds are an enchanting, park-like setting with the opportunity to add recreational amenities.

Exterior of house at sunset with interior light on Arbor Rd Menlo Park lawn in foreground
Todd Clancy

Set in a premier location in Menlo Park, just two blocks from downtown conveniences on Santa Cruz Avenue and close to excellent Menlo Park public and private schools, 1340 Arbor Road is an unforgettable property that captures the ambiance of an Atherton estate.

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Perfectly sited among the rolling hills of Central Portola Valley, this timeless contemporary estate was custom built with exceptional attention to detail and material selection.

Indoor/outdoor dining area.

Beautifully patinated Italian metal doors open to extend the living space outside, with a sweeping loggia overlooking the pool on one side, and a central courtyard with a majestic heritage Oak tree on the other.

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The great room, crowned by 20-foot exposed beam ceilings, features an open concept living room, dining area, and chef’s kitchen with expansive island and LaCanche range.

Chefs kitchen with expansive island, beamed ceilings, laCanche range in Central Portola estate

The primary suite offers a luxurious bathroom with a soaking tub and direct access to a private rose garden and spa.

Primary bedroom suite with fireplace in Central Portola estate

Set back from the main property, the guest house offers a luxurious space for visitors or additional flexible living space with a full kitchen and bathroom.

Guest house with vaulted ceilings and skylight in Central Portola estate

380 Cervantes Road, Portola Valley is listed at $10,500,000 by The reSolve Group.

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Situated on a spectacular hilltop overlooking the Ross Valley and Mt. Tamalpais is Quail Hill, a private 14+ acre enclave of unparalleled beauty, privacy and security.

Mid-Century and contemporary Japanese architecture covered walkway

A hybrid of both Mid-Century and contemporary Japanese architecture, the home has a clean and minimalistic design. A naturally flat building site allows for the multi-wing 11,565 square foot home with six bedroom suites to be sited on single-level living cantilevering out into the native oak landscape.

Janaese-modern patio wiith sunraise breaking through at sunset

The landscaping, designed by Nagao Sakuri, is integral to the overall design of the home, with countless moments, interruptions, controlled outlooks, and multi-season plantings.

Patio with outdoor table and chairs landscaping, designed by Nagao Sakuri

Thirteen-foot high ceilings and impeccable scale create rooms that are comfortable and infinitely livable with expansive walls of glass all around that take advantage of the sweeping views and wide panoramas.

Long modern indoor corridor with glass walls and modern Japanese-style design

Quail Hill offers the unique opportunity to acquire one of the largest and most private properties in Marin County. Adjacent parcels are available.

Japanese-inspired Mid-Century modern design estate with landscape in foreground

21 Canyon Road, Ross is listed at $29 million by Compass agent Neal Ward.

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This peaceful gated estate home has an exceptional floor plan including four attached bedrooms with Pacific Ocean, Maui, sunset and Kohala Mountain views.

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This property is located on a private cul-de-sac with an attached three car garage, extremely close to resort amenities.

Private cul-de-sac  entrance to Hawaiian estate

The 12-foot entry doors open to the foyer and great room which offer golf course and ocean views. The gourmet kitchen has ample counter space, a large island with prep sink and breakfast bar.

12-foot entry doors open to the foyer and great room which offer golf course and ocean views

Appliances include a Wolf six-burner range, double door refrigerator, under-counter Sub-Zero wine cooler, and built-in microwave. The outdoor kitchen includes a built-in grill with hood, sink and under-counter fridge.

Kitchen with wood paneled cabinets, island and grill-hood over range

The primary bedroom wing includes a private study and bathroom with a massive outdoor shower. The junior suite features double sliding doors opening to views and a private lanai steps away from the spa.

The third bedroom suite features three bunk beds with a private living room and can sleep up to nine guests. This suite includes a soaking tub and walk-in shower. The fourth bedroom suite features double sliding doors opening to tranquil garden views.

The entertainment room is a generous space for movies, sports, fitness, a second office or 5th bedroom. Granite countertops, travertine flooring, and mahogany cabinetry is found throughout the home. The high plate height and tall doors accentuate the volume and spaces.

Guestroom with double sliding door to patio with outdoor table and chairs

An enormous infinity edge pool and spa are decorated with fire pots and overlooks the 5th hole of Hualalai’s Jack Nicklaus-signature golf course.

5th hole of Hualalai’s Jack Nicklaus-signature golf course

72-103 Pohinahina Place, Kailua-Kona, HI is listed at $11,500,000 by Hawaii agents Tony L. Pinckert + Tom Loratta.

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Award-winning architects Escher Gunewardena and contemporary artist Alex Prager joined forces to create this stunning Danish Moderne style home with views of the Silver Lake Reservoir.

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Clean lines paired with whimsical details make this home extraordinary. The lofty entry only hints at the stunning view that makes this home so tranquil.

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Sleek Fleetwood walls of glass open to reveal unobstructed lake and mountain views. Bathed in natural light and surrounded by nature, the breathtaking view is truly the heart of this home.

 Fleetwood walls of glass with lake view and black chair and

Bespoke white oak floor-to-ceiling built-ins are present throughout the home along with top-of-the-line appliances, custom lighting & modern electrical fixtures.

Kitchen with  white oak floor-to-ceiling built-ins and inset sink

Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this home seemingly floats above the historic Silver Lake Reservoir.

Bedroom with view of Silver Lake

2004 Resedale Avenue in Silver Lake is listed at $2,599,000 by Sherri Rogers and Anthony Stellini.

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